Russell Brand accused of rape, s****l a*sault and psychological abuse in explosive Sunday Times article

The shocking allegations against Russell Brand, which he categorically denied before their release, have now been revealed.

Four women have accused the 48-year-old British comedian of rape, s****l a*sault and psychological abuse in incidents allegedly taking place between 2006 and 2013, according to an explosive Sunday Times article published on Saturday.

One of the anonymous accusers, identified only as Nadia, alleged that Brand raped her “against a wall” in his Los Angeles home in 2012, when she was in her 30s.

“I’m stuck under the board and he’s pushing me,” she said.

“He’s a lot bigger than me. And he has that glazed look in his eyes again. And I can’t move. And I said to him: “Come down, come down. »

Brand allegedly did not wear a condom when he committed the rape.

Four women accuse Russell Brand of committing s****l misconduct between 2006 and 2013.
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Nadia told the Sunday Times that she told him via text message after he left: “When a girl says[s] NO, that means no.

The “Take It to Greek” star reportedly responded, “Very sorry.” Screenshots of the alleged texts were published in the report.

Nadia then allegedly fled to a rape center the next day and, according to the Sunday Times, there are medical records that support these claims.

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One of the women claimed that Brand raped her without a condom.
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A second accuser claims she was a minor when Brand allegedly a*saulted her and called her “the kid.”

She alleged she was just 16 and the “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” star was 31 when they engaged in an “emotionally abusive and controlling” relationship that lasted three months while he was working as a BBC presenter.

She is identified in the story under a false name, Alice, to protect her anonymity.

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A second accuser claimed she was only 16 when she dated Brand.

Alice claimed that she was once dropped off at Brand’s home and a taxi driver warned her: “Please, I’m asking you not to go in there, you could be my little girl, and I wish someone would do that for her. “, apparently aware of the actor’s alleged misconduct.

Brand’s management team allegedly knew about his relationship with the teen, according to the report, and he sent a private car to her school to take her out of cla*s and bring her to his house.

Alice remembers their supposed first date: “I remember wearing a wavy red dress and big platform shoes, blowing my hair and putting on makeup. But I didn’t look like a woman in any way. I was a kid who got dressed for dinner.

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Brand was reportedly turned on by the fact that the girl he was seeing was only a teenager.

Brand allegedly wanted to confirm she was 16 – which is the legal age of consent in the UK – and told her: “I don’t care if you’re 12.” . . I need to know where I stand legally.

When the comic learned that Alice was a virgin, he reportedly responded, “‘Oh my God, my baby, my baby'” and “cradled” her in his arms “like a child and caressed her.” [her] hair,” saying, “‘You’re like my little doll.’ »

Towards the end of their short romance, Alice claimed there was a s****l a*sault incident in which Brand allegedly “forced his penis down her throat” – enough to make her choke. She allegedly hit him to make him stop, according to the report.

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Brand allegedly forced the young woman to have oral s*x and she therefore had to “hit” him to stop.

“It shouldn’t require you to hit someone and calm them down to get it off your back,” she told the Sunday Times. “It shouldn’t be a physical fight.”

The relationship reportedly ended when Alice discovered that Brand was cheating on her by meeting him with another woman.

“I think he was very sk**lful early on in defining his identity: ‘I’m a womanizer.’ I’m addicted to s*x. “I’m being inappropriate but it’s just a joke, it’s funny,'” Alice said. “It’s a smokescreen for more of his dark behavior.”

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Alice, the name given to the woman who allegedly dated Brand when she was 16, claimed he was hiding behind her charade.
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The third accuser told the Sunday Times that her incident took place while she was working with Brand in Los Angeles and that they had a brief consensual relationship in early 2013.

The woman – identified as Phoebe in the report – claimed she visited the comedian once and he allegedly tried to a*sault her while he was naked and she was fully clothed.

“I saw something pa*s over his eyes, I swear to God, like black, his eyes no longer had any color, they were black, like the devil. Like a different person was literally entering his body,” she told the Sunday Times.

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Several of the women claimed that Brand behaved differently when he allegedly abused them and that he had a “darkness” in his eyes.
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Nadia said Brand didn’t end up raping her, but noted, “I don’t know what the actual definition of ‘s****l a*sault’ is, but it is what it is.”

She claimed the “Rock of Ages” star threatened to take legal action against her if she ever came forward. Nadia said she did not file a report out of fear of possible consequences for her career.

The fourth and final woman is Brand’s ex-girlfriend Jordan Martin, who claimed to the Sunday Times that Brand s****lly a*saulted and physically and emotionally abused her, as mentioned in his book “kNot: Entanglement with a Celebrity” .

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Brand admitted in an Instagram video to having a “promiscuous” past.
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The Sunday Times then cited several incidents in which Brand’s alleged creepy behavior was discussed in the press, by comedians and at several places where he worked.

They interviewed a woman identified as Rachel, who allegedly worked with Brand on the series “Big Brother’s EFourum,” and claimed he once showed her his penis and when he allegedly insinuated they were having s*x oral, she had been “shocked and refused”.

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The misconduct was reportedly reported to production company Endemol, but a manager reportedly said in response: “Boys will be boys.” It’s not serious.”

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Several women said they did not feel supported when they tried to come forward with the allegations.

The Sunday Times said that when they contacted Banijay UK, which bought Endemol in 2020, there was “no record of any issues regarding Brand being raised officially or discussed”.

“We are sorry that these women did not feel supported and protected while working on these productions and in light of these serious allegations, we encourage them to contact us in confidence,” their statement reads in part. communicated.

Brand’s former a*sistant, Helen Berger, who worked for him in 2006, also came forward and claimed that the fact that she was gay was considered a “plus” when she was hired because a manager would have thought that this would ensure his “safety”.

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Brand’s misconduct is believed to be an open secret, according to the report.

She claimed the “Death on the Nile” actor would only wear underwear while she worked and was seen showing photos of naked women to his friends.

Brand posted a lengthy video via Instagram ahead of the briefing, in which he said he refuted the “litany of blatant and aggressive attacks” and alleged it was a “coordinated” effort between media to try to silence him on some of the topics.

The Sunday Times has launched a joint investigation with The Times and Channel 4’s ‘Dispatches’, with the latter set to air a version of the allegations in an upcoming episode.

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Brand categorically refuted the criminal allegations against him via an Instagram video.
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“I feel like there is a serious, concerted agenda to police these kinds of spaces and these kinds of voices,” Brand added in his video.

“I don’t want to delve into this further because of the seriousness of the allegations, but I feel like I’m being attacked and it’s obvious they work very closely together.”

Representatives for Brand and Channel 4 did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for further comment. A spokesperson for the Sunday Times and The Times told us: “I think we will let the reporting speak for itself. »

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